Giulio Andreani is a tax adviser who has a significant experience in tax litigation; tax issues related to restructuring and insolvency; and M&A tax structuring (both domestic and international).
He was equity partner of Deloitte until 2004, when he joined DLA Piper. In 2017, he became partner of Dentons' global tax practice starting from 2017.
He defended the national airline Alitalia before the tax courts and was expert witness in the Federconsorzi bankruptcy, one of the biggest Italian financial disarrays. In addition, he provided advice relating to the crisis faced by Biancamano and Aimeri Ambiente, involving a major tax transaction and fiscal debt restructuring.
He was named tax adviser of the year by both LegalCommunity (2014-2015-2016 and 2018) and Top Legal (2009 and 2016).
As a professor of tax law, he regularly speaks at conferences, and holds training sessions for professional bodies, in relation to tax issues and insolvency law.
For the past 25 years he has chaired the master's degrees in tax law at Luiss University in Rome and the School of Economics and Finance (SSEF), a specialist institution attached to the Ministry of Finance. He has authored around 250 articles and 10 handbooks on the subject of tax.
He has contributed to several journals and newspapers, including Rassegna Tributaria, Corriere Tributario, Il Giornale dei Dottori Commercialisti, Contabilità Finanza e Controllo, the leading economic newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore, and Il Fisco (of whose scientific committee he is also a member).
Giulio is recommended by Chambers & Partners as one of the leading tax lawyers in Italy.
WWL says: Giulio Andreani is "one of the best tax advisers and attorneys in Italy", praised for his "deep knowledge of Italian and international taxation" as well as his "ability to simplify difficult cases and present them effectively before the courts".